Uppsala Mosque

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Uppsala Mosque

The Uppsala Mosque (Swedish: Uppsala Moské) is a small but very frequented mosque located in the Kvarngärdet neighbourhood of Uppsala in Sweden. At the time of construction, it was mistakenly claimed to be the northernmost mosque in the world (Saint Petersburg was). It is still the northernmost mosque in Sweden, a title soon to be taken over by the Umeå mosque. (see Islam in Sweden)

Coordinates: 59°52′26.49″N 17°38′17.37″E / 59.8740250°N 17.6381583°E / 59.8740250; 17.6381583